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Here are some tips to help you build healthy bones:
Eat Foods Rich In CalciumCalcium is what makes up ninety percent of the bones. However, the body does not produce calcium on its own. When it is not getting the right dose of calcium, it starts to leech of the calcium in your bones. Add calcium-rich foods to your diet. These include foods such as milk, yoghurt, cheese, kefir, sardines, salmon, soybeans, spinach, and orange juice. Calcium keeps the bones strong and prevents bone problems such as osteoporosis.
Increase Your Vitamin D IntakeNot only is vitamin D one of the most vital nutrients in the body, but it also plays a huge role in the effectiveness of calcium. This means that you can have the right dose of calcium in your body but still be at risk of getting osteoporosis if you don’t have enough vitamin D.
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Boost your vitamin D intake by eating foods such as milk, Egg yolks, sardines, and orange juice. Don’t also neglect to get extra doses of vitamin D by spending 10 to 15 minutes daily in the sun.
ExerciseRegular and healthy doses of exercise strengthen the bones and ensure they are always in good shape. The best exercises for the bones include aerobic exercises such as jogging, walking, swimming, and even dancing.
Cut Down On CaffeineWhile nutrients like vitamin D boost the effectiveness of calcium, caffeine alters the body’s ability to absorb calcium. This can lead to a reduction in bone mass and the occurrence of fractures, especially in people who don’t consume enough calcium. Featured Image Source: Feed My Fit
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